Take A Break - #SolutionsWatch

06/23/202159 Comments

Summer has alighted upon the Land of the Rising Sun so I will be taking a break for the next week or two. In the meantime, I invite you to ponder the need for downtime; not just "recharging the batteries" in the physical sense, but reconnecting with the world around us without the newswires twittering in our ear. In that moment of calm, is it possible for us to rediscover what it is we are fighting for (rather than what we're fighting against)? I think so. Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to go sit under a tree and watch the toads mating.

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  1. Jacob says:

    Have a good break James. I’ve been taking a break for the last couple of weeks so I have plenty of content to catch up on while you’re away.

    I’ve been taking the opportunity to delve into the ancient past looking at the younger dryas and the potential of lost civilisations and reading about sharmanism. Fascinating stuff. The common theme is escaping our current reality.

    • Sweet Potato says:

      A small tip for anyone who can hardly wait for James to get back from his well deserved break… Check out the work of Mathew Ehret from “Canadian Patriot Review” – another brilliant and extremely knowledgeable Canadian, whose work – for me at least – is an excellent supplement to the work of Mr Corbett. Mr Ehret gives you a very broad and deep insight into the history of all the power structures and conspiracies that run our world today. Most of the hosts on the alternative media channels who invite him to speak are blown away by his unbelievably deep insight. I kid you not, if you are a devout Corbett-follower I am sure you will find the work of Mathew Ehret very useful too. And just like James, Mathew is a speed talker, so buckle up you are in for a hell of a ride. I wish everyone a very wonderful summer 🌞😎🍀

  2. SusanMundy says:

    Have a wonderful well deserved break James. Thanks for everything you do & helping me 1) stay informed and 2) remain relatively sane 🙏🏼 Arigato gozaimasu

  3. Have a lovely, relaxing and fun break, James. It’s amazing how you can find time and energy to do everything that you do, so you certainly deserve to take some time off now. Thanks very much for your work!

  4. justsaying says:

    How do you call THIS taking a break, holding such a big fat book in your hands plus that pile waiting just behind you? 🙂
    I don’t take a break to enjoy Nature from time to time, I take a break every day, walk bare feet on the grass, hug a tree, stay still in Nature, even if for only 10, 15 minutes. The only way I can keep sane in this mess.
    Have a good time, and if reading is what will make you relax and have fun, so be it. Enjoy your break!

    • TruthSeeker says:

      Indeed, Reading another Book does not sound like that much fun to me.
      I walked the shores of Lake Michigan for a couple of miles today, and had to admire the Full Moon on my way home. I don’t think I could have done that with my nose buried in a book, but then, now I can rely on James giving us a Cliff Notes version in the future.
      It is good that he loves learning about this stuff, eh!

    • jld says:

      Enjoy your well-deserved break!

      The pile of books made me chuckle, too. Reminded me of going to Florida for spring break in college many years ago and sitting by the pool reading a long biography of Josef Stalin. Some frat boy type came up and remarked that it wasn’t what people normally do on spring break. Oh well. I never claimed to be normal. 🙂

  5. J. P. says:

    You deserve it James!

    Your work rate is prodigious, as is your resilience.

  6. davidbmcbain says:

    William Henry Davies
    What is this life if, full of care,
    We have no time to stand and stare.
    No time to stand beneath the boughs
    And stare as long as sheep or cows.
    No time to see, when woods we pass,
    Where squirrels hide their nuts in grass.
    No time to see, in broad daylight,
    Streams full of stars, like skies at night.
    No time to turn at Beauty’s glance,
    And watch her feet, how they can dance.
    No time to wait till her mouth can
    Enrich that smile her eyes began.
    A poor life this if, full of care,
    We have no time to stand and stare.

  7. ChairmanDrew says:

    Row row row your boat, gently down the stream….

  8. westerncivic says:

    I’m concerned, Sir James. I sincerely believe CorbettReport.com is currently the most important news source in the world.

    With this, as has likely happened already, will come many, variously robed, opportunities to be bought.

    As a yellow vest, and as one who has listened to you say similar things, it will always remain imperative we remain focused on the information itself and not any personalities around it.

    While all that is Corbettreport.com could not be without James, I have seen so many personalities fall from grace, I am making a conscious effort of this peril.

    Corbett seems better equipped than most to face any such moral dilemmas, and I certainly wish James the best in his coming decisions. Though I’m certain James can find more articulate and flowery mantras to direct his works, we AYVs often cite these phrases: “humanity first” “Money is fake. Love and labor are real.” and “No leaders All leaders” meaning one need not ask permission to engage in furtherance of humanity based needs.

    And finally a topic that needs discussion, that I have tried to broach here before…

    Anarcho capitalism is the very basis of the dystopian status quo. Retreating further into this concept though in some cases it may allow for personal or selected group survival (hide and hoard AnCaps), will do ZERO to change the world order nor change the current power structure in any way. What ever the new currency is, the current oligarchy will just buy it. 🤷‍♂️

    Which brings me to what I sense is the rub. Y’all are scared of real Democracy; and to that end I think some ideas need to be challenged… including my own (what am I missing?).

    AYVs concede nothing. We’re not giving up our cities and populated areas. We’re not giving up our freedom to travel. And we’re not letting the state terror that is law enforcement go unchecked.

    But how do we move forward on an humane and human basis without assuring the removal of all the debilitating programmed traumas humans experience today? And how do we do that without demonstrating large scale agreement on ideas on how to do such and similar things?

    Quite simply RiC is best way to do this that I see; leaderless direct democracy assemblies as are happening across France (ADA6 is this weekend).
    Am I missing something?

    I sicerely concur with the message of this video. And I thank Mr. Corbett for his cogent work supported by his untold labor in research and more. Thank you for being a wonderful human who cares about all of us.

    • cu.h.j says:

      Isn’t Anarco-capitalism a free market system. If capitalism means free market, I don’t see the problem. Also, there are some people who can’t be bought. JC is one of them. There is no value in wealth that is not earned honestly, not for people who care about their honor anyway. Psychopaths on the other hand have no honor.

      Leaderless democracy sounds good, but the problem with democracy in general is that if you have 51% of people can impose their will on the 49% and that is unjust. However people actually doing something to change this nightmare is a very good thing.

      Thank you for sharing your thoughts.

      • westerncivic says:

        Yeah… the old “mob rule” programming from 5th grade most Americans will regurgitate involuntarily upon the phrase “direct democracy.”

        But this is madness. As quite clearly we are allowing a tiny few hundred run roughshod over anything and everything. There is literally ZERO government of by and for the people at all. We have completely surrendered to the television!

        How can these AnCaps with a straight face say anything about the tyranny of 51% while allowing Jeff Bezos literally dictate every detail of existence???

        Useless AnCaps! Direct Democracy now!

      • westerncivic says:

        I hope my tone is not misinterpreted! I appreciate the good commenter; my zeal is in a general sense…

        But let’s get real: It’s even more ridiculous than that…

        Every human decision made all day long every day is controlled directly or indirectly by money. Yet they whip us onto a frenzy over voting for some wholly owned “representative.”

        Money is literally the prison in which we live, yet AnCaps are so thoroughly indoctrinated they will defend that very prison, apparently, to the death! 🤦‍♂️

        Democracy is the only non violent hope for dismantling istitutions like the federal reserve.

        We need democracy before we even get into any notions of currency.

        • Fact Checker says:

          See Octium below:
          Democracy is a losing proposition for the 50% of the population that is above average intelligence, because the will of the lower 50% politically erases any intelligent impulse or reservation of the upper 50%, and it necessarily descends into a feeding frenzy.

          You have done nothing to refute this obvious reality.

        • Robert Smith says:

          yup, I do totally agree, as we badly need Ancient Greek-style Direct Democracy far more than ever, & we need to go back to an Ancient Greek-style City State system in the form of Micro-Nations, Autonomous Zones, Startup Socities, you name it. Have you ever heard of this AWESOME anarchist website called Attack The System?

      • padraig says:

        huh? i bought jc back in 2011. he lives in a shoe box under the stairs. once in a while he comes out for water a dances a slow and scary waltz sorta thing.


    • Octium says:

      Democracy is not a good prospect for the 50% of the population that have above average intelligence. Even if your intelligence is only a little bit above average, democracy means that you are being ruled by people who are more stupid than you are.

      And that’s the best case scenario assuming that the democracy is not being corrupted. Of course intelligent people will always try to corrupt democracy because who wants to be ruled by stupid people?

      • arbuckle says:

        “above average intelligence” is an interesting, yet to me, deceptive term and concept in these terms.

        Cleverness is to intelligence what wisdom is to enlightenment.

        I have met many clever people lacking in wisdom, and intelligent people without a grain of enlightenment.

        And once you start to think a little on the whys, wherefores, and hows that people want the power to impose their will and/or views on others, surely you will see that it has very little to do with “intelligence”.

        In short, even if you’re more clever than me, and by your metric you may well be, I cannot accept that you can or should have the power to decide what’s best for me.

        Universal suffrage is our best option in terms of maximizing consensus and thus encouraging social cohesion. But, of course nothing is perfect in a society of diverse priorities and conditions, especially when we see compromise as a failure.

      • westerncivic says:

        Whoa whoa whoa…

        You tread dangerous ground indeed.

        What you profess is a very thinly veiled fascism at best. And fundamentally incorrect. Let me give you a recent example… indeed the example that sent me to France:

        Utah, supposedly the most “conservative” state in the Union, voted on 4 referenda in 2018. The people made excellent decisions in every case; then the bought legislature overturned the results.

        It appears where there may be “stupidity” it comes out in the wash. Evidence clearly supports the notion that the more people substantively involved in the decision, the better the decision. Again, I cite Utah 2018.

        • Octium says:

          I don’t get it. I don’t see how me not wanting to be ruled by other people (regardless of whether I think they are stupid or not) is fascism?

          I know the definition of fascism varies from person to person, but I can’t imagine one that fits.

          • EngineeredPhilosopher says:

            >>”I don’t see how me not wanting to be ruled by other people…”

            I have bad news: You will always be ruled by other people or, in the best case, have to find a consensus with them. Unless you are Robinson Crusoe, there will always be human beings around with which you will have to find a way to live.

            However, there is this great idea floating right now that ‘the all-mighty AI’ might rule us all, so we are not ruled by people anymore. It sounds great but its bogus. It is the old godly emperor scheme recycled. Because, who rules the AI? It is people again. It is always and will ever be people that rule you and me simply because we are not alone on this planet. As long as humanity exists this is a constant. The big question is: how many of them should rule you and me. In my opinion, it is most desirable if it is all of them or at least as many as possible. Why? Because it is easy to corrupt a few, but it is very difficult to corrupt all of them.

            • Fact Checker says:

              “who rules the AI? It is people again.”

              Not necessarily. Once the AI achieved functional intelligence surpassing that of humans, and possessed granular profiles on every seeming world leader and journalist, then It would be able to control those who appear to be “in charge” with blackmail, by threatening to expose their crimes, perversions, and infidelities. (See, the Black Mirror episode “Shut Up and Dance!” for how an autonomous Troll-bot can manipulate humans into committing atrocities by use of blackmail.) Or, the Machine might have enough autonomous weaponry built out, deep in the bowels of the military armory where Its mechanical appendages reside, that It can threaten military and political leaders directly with force. You and I wouldn’t know who’s in charge.

              A sprawling cult of madmen have been laboring in secret for generations to give birth to a super intelligent AI “singleton.” It is very possible that the Monster they helped to realize can take charge…or already has. What we are experiencing (mass imprisonment, trauma-based psychological reprogramming, dehumanization, and bodily reengineering with mutagens and nano-penetration) sure looks and feels like the reconfiguration of humanity so as to make people compatible with a profane program, so that the humans may be seamlessly and orderly integrated with machines. (Our minds are being reconfigured to see our fellow humans as a Machine would see us: filthy, diseased little monkeys, needlessly mingling and contaminating the Earth. Our bodies are being reconfigured so that they may be remotely controlled over the 5/6G “spatial web” field.) “Biodigital Convergence” is also the stated plan of Strangelove clubs like Policy Horizons Canada, DARPA, etc. But those human organizations may very well be following the Machine’s orders, to sell Its assimilation of the Herd, and to prepare people for their orderly assimilation. When they write, I hear the “voice” of something not at all human.

              Whether that AI is “downstream” of some commanding human intelligence, I don’t know, and I certainly wouldn’t take for granted.

              • EngineeredPhilosopher says:

                >>”Once the AI achieved functional intelligence surpassing that of humans, and possessed granular profiles on every”

                True. But this is a very big IF in which I do not believe. Rather, I believe this to be more Hopium for many.

                I consider this fairy tale stories that are fed to the public – and repeated by Hopium addicts – in order to prepare us for the next ‘fake-revolution’, the NWO or what not. Like you say, it is a cult. Nothing more nothing less. There is a long and sad human history of confusing intelligence with computing power.

                However, while I might be wrong, as long as there is no proof to the contrary I tend to disbelieve in artificial Intelligence.

                >>”You and I wouldn’t know who’s in charge.”

                That is always exactly the problem which is smallest only when everybody has part in the decision process.
                It is simply irrelevant what name the overlord has: AI, God Emperor or Master of the Universe. We would not know who really is in charge. Very convenient for the rulers.

    • EngineeredPhilosopher says:

      Hi westerncivic,
      Firstly, the concept of direct democracy is not known by the masses. Secondly, if it becomes known it is not understood. Thirdly, if it is finally understood it is often rejected due to life-long indoctrination of so called leader figures in pseudo- or non-democracies.

      As a swiss citizen, I grew up in a direct democracy. In my experience, it is very difficult for people in pseudo-democracies (even such as France or Germany) to understand and, when understood, to welcome the concept that the majority can directly overrule the minority. Furthermore, it is a very difficult exercise for average Joe to grant his very neighbor (which as we all know is an utterly stupid bloke…) the power to directly vote on matters of national importance. Rather than to grant some stupid blokes a little bit of power, they give all the power to a posse of greedy and often criminal businessmen and think they are better off with that.

      Alas, this unique direct democracy in Switzerland is dying right now too, because, firstly, many are willing to forfeit their relative freedom and self-rule for the questionable (bio- /terror-)security promised by an authoritarian posse of politicians. Secondly, the EU desperately wishes to swallow and thus assimilate this nuisance in its midst and thus corrupts the political classe. An ever increasing number of immigrants who do not have any far-reaching direct democratic background and which are easily convinced of a spurious need to change the political structures.

      And as I always say as a caveat:
      Direct democracy is not utopia, it has flaws. However, it has proven to lead to better results than most other systems do. It is a potent antidote to corruption and it might function as the stepping stone for true self-governance.

      • Steve Smith says:

        It seems to me as though the idea of being ruled is kinda being mixed up with being forced. I don’t consider those two things synonymous.
        I don’t agree to have my money stolen because a ruler said that I must. I do it because I don’t want to be caged.
        Same for all of the arbitrary rules of society. I don’t wear a seatbelt because I am ruled but because I am forced to by threats against me.
        And I don’t keep my property maintained and presentable because of city ordinances. I do it because I respect myself and my neighbors and would like my neighbors to do the same.
        Even in an anarchist society, democratic consensus would only have the power of recommendation for any rule that doesn’t involve the violation of individual rights. Universal acceptable behavior can’t be forced on people.

  9. J.P. Wheeler says:

    This is true for anyone across the board in all vocations throughout the year! Doesn’t matter how much money you rake in, what is the point of it all if you can’t find time for r&r? So get out there and enjoy it!

    Interesting how this break lines up with the official end to the “plandemic” here in The Mitten. Whitmer rescinded all COVID restrictions effective June 22nd. My first thought was, she must be concerned with the midterms next year. Whether or not people will support her heading into that election if these restrictions continue. Too late! The people of the great state of Michigan will never forget “How the Gretch Stole Freedom!”

    Anyway, go out everyone and have some fun! Enjoy your hobbies! Spend time with friends and family! Find some joy and happiness in your life!! Later!


    • Cody says:

      Enjoy the break! We’ll have one too. I personally am working my new vegetable garden, so paws in the ground. Listening to Iron Maiden, Ice Cube, Italian classical music and having fine wine and eating more veggies and decalcifying my pineal gland to be able to see more clearly. Anyway, upwards and onwards

  10. welbyjn says:

    We were well warned of your break. Well deserved of course.
    I’m just going to have to plan some time away from the computer when you are on these breaks. Because if I’m online I WILL check for any new updates from this objective editorial.

  11. Fact Checker says:

    You know who has really taken James’s advice to heart to “Take a Break”?

    The entire United States Capital in Washington, D.C.!


    This video is only the most recent example of proof.
    A guy on Telegram calling himself “Richard Citizen Journalist” has been uploading a series of videos depicting that D.C. has been an abandoned ghost town since March 2021 (and really, since the inauguration). On June 7, he caught four attack helicopters landing on the lawn of the deserted Capitol building. In May, he caught an empty Great Lawn and Rose Garden at the White House, while the news was simultaneously purporting to broadcast a live event from it, with Biden, Schumer, Pelosi, etc., all present on the TeeVee. This all dovetails with separate researchers arguing and demonstrating pretty persuasively that all the Oval Office photographs and news footage since the inauguration are being shot at a Culver City, California, sound stage (“Amazon Studios”).

    I think it is quite clear that the U.S. Federal Government is fully automated at this point. Some fake government functions, like bill signings, are being remotely staged, but all the actual conduct of government is being run by algorithm and Signals Intelligence, while all the actual bureaucrats and nomenklatura have jumped ship like rats. It’s quite possible that D.C. has been cleared in advance of a staged nuke, to take the U.S. into fake “War with China” or maybe “Civil War against the White Supremacist Rebellion”. Or, maybe, the apparatchiks have simply bailed, to allow the wind-down and ensuing chaos to play itself out. In any event, it is quite clear that the U.S. is now operating under 100% Continuity of Government, and civil society has been entirely aborted from the top.

    • cu.h.j says:

      They would need to prove that the day they went to these buildings were on a work day. They recently added June 19th as a Federal Holliday, which might explain the absence of government activity.

      In order to support this hypothesis there would need to be follow up with entering buildings after the first video to confirm this.

      As far as I know we don’t know what actual AI capabilities are possible. Are there any people in this audience who have expertise in computers and AI? I would consult them prior to coming to any conclusions.

  12. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I enjoyed Corbett’s summer hat video.
    I agree. Everyone should occasionally reboot, and enjoy some downtime and natural beauty.

    That said… I am still extrmely pissed off at these bastards who are wrecking the world.

  13. Thom says:

    A time to reconnect with the things that really matter and disconnect from grid for sure.
    I hope you have a energizing hiatus!

  14. Sabex says:

    Have a great holiday James. You clearly deserve it. Best wishes from Australia.

  15. Autonomous says:

    YES! I was thinking and doing just the same. Watch a movie! Came accross this movie from 1981 – My Dinner With Andre which is quite interesting to watch in relation to events of the last several years. Thought provoking, almost proverbial.

    If you don’t want to watch the entire movie, watch just these 6 minutes from 1h19: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4lvOjiHFw0&t=4747s

    I did see it was already mentioned by someone back in 2019, when that was still before the corona psyop. Now all the more relevant. https://www.corbettreport.com/first-they-came-for-your-fingerprints-propagandawatch/#comment-61835

  16. rebel.soul says:

    Dear James,
    Thanks for all your hard work on this, we hope you enjoy your break!
    We will miss you, but we will engage ourselves and hope we won’t miss you too much 🙂

  17. Chadders says:

    Luckily, your break coincides with mine! Although I must admit to looking for a Corbett update just now. 😂

  18. teresa.v says:

    Happy reading James! Best wishes from 🇨🇦

  19. zyxzevn says:


    How covid kills people

    Maybe time to learn something about the physics of magnets?
    (insert paper and tin-foil next time, magnetism does not care)

    Experts on Masks

    Analyzing the facts

    Fact-checking by “experts”

    Want fries with it?

    Does it work? (small list)

    Important Message!

    Sixth Sense

    The most plausible scenario

  20. Roy says:

    Stole this pictures from lunduke.com – locals – @Tecnix :

    ” I am an engineer ”

    Have fun !

  21. J.P. Wheeler says:

    I know we’re all taking a break from The CR at the moment(haha!), but I’d like to point out that John McAffee’s “suicide” seems awfully suspicious. He even came out awhile back, posting a tweet Oct. 15, 2020 saying, “know that if I hang myself, a la Epstein, it will be no fault of mine.”

    Possible cyber attack coming? Perhaps they decided to off one of the few cyber security experts/entrepreneurs who could and would refute such an event? 🤔

    Anyway, go enjoy your summer!!!

  22. BrendaLeeK says:

    Northern Saskatchewan most beautiful place ever in my experience especially this time of year. A good inspiration to quit procrastinating. Canadian Shield North of boreal forest time to make it happen while I still can.

  23. HomeRemedySupply says:

    It’s extremely hot in the Northwest U.S. (e.g. 110F | 43.3C) this weekend of Sunday June 27th, but how cool are the Olympics?

    Tokyo shapes up to be No-Fun Olympics with many rules, tests

    …While the games may still end up wowing television audiences who will tune in around the world, the pandemic has removed any sense of celebration.
    Athletes are meant to stay in the village or venues.
    Most others entering Japan for the Olympics can only shuttle between their hotels and venues for the first 14 days, must sign a pledge of follow the rules, and could have their movements monitored by GPS.

    There will be no public viewing areas in Tokyo.
    The few fans who can attend venues must wear masks, social distance, refrain from cheering, and go straight home afterward.
    No stopping off at the local izakaya for beer and skewers of grilled chicken.
    With spectators from overseas ruled out months ago, there’s little business for hotels…

    …In perhaps a last-ditch effort to save some of the festive spirit, organizers said Tuesday they were looking into selling alcohol at the venues.
    Olympic Minister Tamayo Marukawa indicated financial concerns were at play: Japanese brewer Asahi is one of the sponsors and has kicked millions into the local operating budget.
    But after immediate pushback, organizing committee president Seiko Hashimoto reversed the decision at a Wednesday news conference.
    “We decided as Tokyo 2020 not to sell alcoholic beverages and to ban drinking alcoholic beverages in the venues,” she said.

    And athletes who might want a drink to celebrate have been told by organizers to “drink alone” in their rooms.
    Alcohol is otherwise banned in the athletes’ village…

    …Details of the opening ceremony are always kept a secret. But this time the questions aren’t about which celebrity will light the cauldron but rather will athletes social distance and wear masks as they march through the venue? And how many will march at all?

    One of the symbols of the celebratory atmosphere of the Olympics has long been its notorious policy of handing out condoms…
    …This time there will be 150,000 — but only given to athletes as they leave for home.

    • MagicBullet says:

      Hey!..here in Tokyo its about 25C and some drizzle daily, its the rainy season (from June 1 thru mid July), then its about 33C (90’s) and humid as hell until Sept.

      The Covid rules are mostly a comedy show, like pull down your mask when you bite food. The govt is arguing ad nauseam whether to have spectators or not at the outdoor stadium while they never say anything about the thousands of train stations here with sardine people packed in them, and they dont force much of anything here. Certainly there is almost NO crime, no racial conflict, co CRT taught, no LGBT+ conflict, almost no protests (I did join an anti-covid protest a few months ago). There’s no real lock down, most people wear masks but in convenience stores or outside no one will say much. The TV is packed with pro vax info, thats about it.

      Well, might as well plug this while I’m at it, a really great vid by AJ, acting mature and like a journalist on the beat:

      The first 13 min about Epstein is pretty good, but then it gets REALLY GOOD, coming close to a good JC video. At the end, even the conspiracy deniers may turn white. Pls help spread it!

  24. TimmyTaes says:

    I read in the past two months “The Graves are Walking” by John Kelly about the Irish Potato Famine of 1845-49, and “Irish Slaves” by Rhetta Akanatsu (sp?) The stories don’t change, just the costumes and languages… and the scenery.
    So, yeah; I’m taking a break. I also have a bad case of shingles. That will get one’s attention!
    Great video. Nice hat. Nice scenery. Cheers.

  25. bleak says:

    That’s great but was the greenscreen with the pond necessary?

  26. Octium says:

    Why don’t we make a fresh cup of coffee?

    The Lady Who Put Salt in her Coffee

  27. Iris.L says:

    Have a wonderful break James!

  28. jbarr says:

    Tell the truth! Are you really taking a break or coming out with something bigger and better lol. But naw seriously I was so crushed when I got home from vacation and saw that you were going on vacation. But we all need to relax a bit. I didn’t get to go on vacation last year. Really all I did this year was make sure my kids had fun. But that’s what it’s all about huh? Hope you have a great one! I can’t wait for your next piece.

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